Trading firms, including mega banks, have been identified as the bulk of reasons for causing the fed to engage in the current repo madness operations. Many of these institutions are outside of seeing-eye of U.S. regulators as multi-national money shufflers. We also look at the current CEO departures year-to-date which reveals that CEO’s leaving their positions is currently at a record pace in 2019, which further signals that an economic storm is approaching.
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